Natalie Henderson, 17, died from a gunshot wound to the head, according to an autopsy report. She and the other victim, her friend Carter Davis, also 17, were found about 6 a. Davis also had been shot in the head, police said. The autopsy report examining his death has not yet been released. Two days after the victims were found, police arrested Jeffrey A. Hazelwood, 20, who allegedly followed the two into the parking lot in the predawn hours before killing and then robbing them, according to court documents cited by WSB.
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New Mexico teenagers can now exchange nude photos without fear of criminal prosecution under a new bill that legalizes sexting and could have national implications for laws on child abuse images. Researchers have also found that a majority of adolescents are unaware of the potentially serious legal consequences of sexting. Prosecutors previously could also file separate charges for each individual image, meaning teens who rapidly exchanged dozens of photos via texts or other smartphone messaging applications could potentially be sentenced to significant prison sentences, said Rikki-Lee Chavez, legislative coordinator for the New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, which also supported the measure. But she said defense lawyers reported that they were representing teens charged with child sexual exploitation for actions that clearly constituted sexting.
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This map shows the female legal age of consent for heterosexual sex in different countries around the world. The age of consent is the age at which a young person is legally able to understand and agree to consensual sex. In most countries, until you reach this age it is illegal for somebody to have sex with you, however old they may be. Sometimes the law is slightly different when the partners are of a similar age, but there is usually still a minimum age below which sex is always illegal.
Today's teens are always connected. They live out their lives online and in the public eye. They share photos on Instagram, tweet live from concerts, and message their friends instead of calling.